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Weyerhaeuser EWP and OSB Exposed to Moisture During Construction Delays

Weyerhaeuser’s Trus Joist® engineered wood products (EWP) and oriented strand board (OSB) panels are intended to be used in dry-use service applications only. Like other wood framing members, these products will tolerate moisture exposure under typical construction conditions including rain exposure. However, moisture due to conditions such as extended construction delays, improper storage, flooding, or building envelope failure can create significant product and safety issues. ... Read More
April 7, 2020

Why 9' x 4' Wall Sheathing?

Weyerhaeuser may be known for engineering the best floor panels with our legendary Edge Gold and new Diamond floor panels, but we also take pride in manufacturing builder preferred panels like our Weyerhaeuser 9' x 4' Wall Sheathing. Our 9' x 4' OSB Wall Sheathing can be designed into projects like regular 4' x 9', but we manufacture this panel with the strength axis running in the 4’ direction enabling ... Read More
August 21, 2018

From Aspens to Ashes

"Aside from all the attributes that make OSB great to build with, it also has a great sustainability story,” says George Hendry, OSB market development manager. “Edson’s a great example. They’ve found ways to cut waste by using nearly 100 percent of every log — even down to the ashes.” ... Read More
April 5, 2018

3 Areas in the Floor Builders Should Focus on to Head off Callbacks

A homeowner who hears her precious wedding china rattle in its cabinet every time her kids run through the dining room is likely to call the builder of her new home to come back and “fix” the floor. Likewise, a client who feels a little too much give and take underfoot as he steps across the living room will assume there’s something wrong with the floor—and call the builder back to solve the problem. ... Read More
March 26, 2018

Strength of the Home

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March 22, 2017

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